Dr. Landon Perlett
BSc, MD, FRCPC - Neurology
Landon is a Métis physician who grew up living in rural and remote communities in Saskatchewan, Nunavut, BC, and the Northwest Territories. After completing a degree in archaeology, he transitioned into medicine and completed his residency training in neurology at the University of Saskatchewan. He is currently finalizing a two-year clinical research fellowship in Cognitive Behavioural Neurology at the University of Calgary.
Landon’s medical interests include teaching others about the brain, as well as incorporating technologies and lifestyle changes to assist people with cognitive and neurologic deficits. As a promoter of upstream and preventative medicine, he is actively researching the ketogenic diet as a means of improving memory and cognition in Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
In his spare time, Landon builds and restores computers and other gadgets, travels the world to see historic cultural sites, and enjoys nature while diving, hiking, and camping.